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The last phase, which would take three years, would involve combating ISIS inside Syria, its primary base.

More than 20 million people legally entered the U.S. in this last phase.

But no writer should be judged by the diminished work of his last phase.

Your arrival there always felt right, like the perfect last phase of your soccer career, so forget about this French epilogue.

This last phase ends 9-9-9 and imposes a (get this name) “Fair Tax”—a 30 percent sales tax on all goods and services.

The mortal disease which had attacked her about a year before this date had entered, so he reported, on its last phase.

At the period of which we write—the last phase in Byrons brief career—the poet was, morally, ascending.

A weakness of this last phase of will affects the entire will and renders its processes ineffective.

It presents a last phase of the Renaissance with great effect.

I believe that in that last phase his play was contemptible.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to last phase, such as: dusk, sunset, afterglow, decline, dimness, and ebb.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.